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The library building is open to patrons for browsing, computer and equipment use, holds pickup, curbside pickup, library card applications and renewals, and/or account issues. Some soft seating and study tables are available. Meeting rooms are not currently available. 
  • Building occupancy is currently limited. Please wear a mask, follow directions from staff and observe our pandemic policy and procedures.
  • Our Wi-Fi is accessible outside the building. You'll find the strongest signal in the west parking lot.
  • Service status may change frequently or suddenly. Call 734-397-0999 or visit the website to plan your visit.
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We want to help you have the best summer possible with our 62 Days of Summer program. Watch this video for a quick explanation of how the program works, check your mail for a packet from us, then come back to our website for ideas and inspiration. We've got 62 ways to do 62 Days of summer reading, activities and programs at your own pace and comfort level. Our librarians have put together lists of reading suggestions, recommended activities and ways to safely engage with your neighbors and community. See you online!

Juneteenth marks the day that the last slaves were officially emancipated in the United States. Beginning as a smaller holiday throughout Texas, Juneteenth is now celebrated throughout the country on June 19th. The following nonfiction and fiction titles share stories of emancipation and celebration!

Children's Books

Juneteenth for Mazie by Floyd Cooper

We currently have a job opening in our Circulation Services Department for a part time Circulation Assistant position. For complete information please visit our jobs/volunteer page.

For over 30 years, the Lammy Awards have been presented by LAMBDA Literary to celebrate LGBTQ+ books and authors. Check out some of this year's winners below or find more information on past awards or additional titles and the LAMBDA Literary organization; please click here

Fiebre tropical : a novel by by Juliana Delgado Lopera
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Read The New York Times from anywhere with your Canton Public Library card!

Enjoy digital access to current and historic NYT articles; customizable news alerts; multiple language options; and real-time market data and company research pages covering 11,000+ public and private companies.

Here's how:

1. Click on this link.
2. Enter your Canton Public Library card number and PIN.
3. Follow the link on the page.
4.  Create a New York Times account*; if you already have one, click “Sign in”.
5. After signing in you will have unlimited access to The New York Times online for 24 hours.
6. To continue after 24 hours is up, click on the link above in step 1 and sign in again with your NYTimes.com account. (We recommend bookmarking this page!)

*Review the NYT Privacy Policy here.

Sharing login info with unauthorized users is a violation of our terms and agreement for both newspapers, and could result in cancellation of services. 

 

Read The Wall Street Journal from anywhere with your Canton Public Library card!

Enjoy digital access to U.S. and international print content; the WSJ Magazine; profiles, financials, research and ratings of thousands of companies; and U.S., Asia, Europe, India, China, and Japan editions.

Here's how: 

1. Click on this link.
2. Enter your Canton Public Library card number and PIN.
3. Follow the link on the page.
4.  Create a Wall Street Journal account*; if you already have one, click “Sign in”.
5. After signing in you will have unlimited access to the Wall Street Journal online for 3 days.
6. After your three days is up, click on the link above in step 1 and sign in again with your Wall Street Journal account. (We recommend bookmarking this page!)

Review the WSJ Privacy Policy here.

Sharing login info with unauthorized users is a violation of our terms and agreement for both newspapers, and could result in cancellation of services. 

As the world slowly reopens, more and more travel opportunities are available. Before you plan your trip, review domestic and international travel restrictions and safety precautions.

If you're looking for exciting adventures locally. please take advantage of the Michigan Activity Pass. Find countless destinations throughout the state and discounts on admission.

 

Travel eResources

When you log in on the My Account page, you will be asked to enter a PIN. We've instituted PINs to help secure your account

Log in screen

Enter your library barcode, the 14-digit number on the back of your library card, in the first box, with no spaces.

Enter your PIN in the second box. Your default PIN is the 8-digit birthdate (mmddyyyy) associated with your account. For example, if your birthday is May 15, 1991, your PIN is 05151991.